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“I couldn’t survive without my iPod”: Six-Word Memoirs from 9th Graders

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010

Nothing inspires us more around here than when Six-Word Memoirs find their way into a classroom. In Warminster, Pennsylvania, Ms. Sifer’s 9th grade English class recently joined the challenge. All 133 students wrote six-word stories that were later hung up in her classroom and published with visual pieces on the class’s own blog site. Sifer [...]

Six Words from Schools

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

The most exciting part of this whole crazy ride has been hearing back from you guys about how you like to six. We’ve heard about everything from eulogies to spinning classes. A big theme has been using the six-word concept in schools—literally from kindergarten to grad school. Here are some great student sixers:
Contributor Pam Vissing’s [...]

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